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40 Impressive Photoshop Tutorials Of 2012  In this year 2012 we hope with our designers around the world will present something more special in website designs, print media designs, typographic art, awesome photo manipulation and new trends of graphic designs, with this regard we have “40 Impressive Photoshop Tutorials Of 2012” which belong to Adobe Photoshop basic tutorials and advanced level usage of Adobe Photoshop, give the impression like designers didn’t waste any time and they started more exceptional designs. In this post we discussing Photoshop Guru who did excellent job in below Photoshop tutorials even from first day of new year 2012, these of all latest collection of Photoshop Tutorials and we hope that will enhance your designing skills and you will learn more techniques about new version of Adobe Photoshop. Quick Tip: Create a “Transfarmers” Text Effect Using Layer Styles in Photoshop In today’s quick tip tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a cinematic “Transfarmers” Text Effect using the layer styles.

50 Really High Quality Photoshop Navigation Menu Tutorials While waiting our SEO series to come out, I showcased for you pretty huge and comprehensive navigation, menu and button tutorial article. All of those tutorials are selected carefully just featuring here, the most high quality ones. Navigation is very important aspect in every web-design, because it is usually the place where people will click the most as well as notice creative and usable buttons. Let’s get started and learn how to create shiny, clean, stylish, glossy or even 3D navigation menus! 1.Content Box With Orange Banner Heading In this tutorial you will learn how to create a content box similar to the ones used on this site, where the corners are rounded and the heading has a 3D effect. 2. Learn how to make a vista styled button by using lots of different layer styles, tools and techniques. 3. This Photoshop tutorial shows you how to create a simple and clean “Web 2.0 style” button sprite with a rollover state. 4. Design a beautiful navigation bar in Photoshop. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Create Demo: An Easy Way To Present Adobe Fireworks Design Prototypes Advertisement With its structured approach to organizing assets, Adobe Fireworks can be a pleasure for designing and prototyping. But demonstrating your designs on a wide range of devices can be time-consuming and could even require some degree of coding. The Create Demo extension addresses some of these issues. It automatically converts your Fireworks documents into portable presentations, which can then be easily presented in any browser — desktop or mobile. Overview Why Is It Needed? This extension makes the process of preparing and exporting your Fireworks PNG files as presentations quick and painless. The only thing you will need to think about is where to upload the presentation (i.e. whether to present it online or on your iOS or Android device). A Bit Of Background The “Demo Current Document” used to be a great feature in Fireworks that I often used to show off website concepts and designs to clients. Installation And Requirements Download Create Demo from Adobe Exchange. Basic Use <!

Easy Photo Grunge Effect In this tutorial, we’re going to explore some non-destructive image editing. With these techniques, you can bring out the best in an image, or absolutely destroy the graphic, but still keep the original photo intact. So to begin, find a photo that you’d like to make dirty. Something that might feel bland as is, and could use more of a grungy feel. Here is what I’ll be using: Crank the Colors Now, we want to increase the contrast and the intensify colors of the photo, but do it in a non-destructive way (by non-destructive, I simply mean we do not want to lose the data from the original image as we modify the appearance of our graphic). First, Duplicate the Layer. As you can see, we’ve increased the image’s sharpness as well as its saturation. High Pass for Sharpness The High Pass filter gives a photo that refined, sharp look that is hard to obtain using only a camera. Make a new duplicate of the original layer. Now, Go to Filters > Other > High Pass. Mix and Match Tint and Grain

InDesign CS3: Give Your Tables Some Style! It’s here! InDesign CS3, along with the rest of the Creative Suite 3, has shipped. Now it’s time to dive into some of the features that will enhance your creativity and speed up your production. I’m going to start off with something that just about everyone can use, and that’s table styles. Like paragraph, character, and object styles, table styles gives you the flexibility of defining a consistent look and feel across the tables in your documents. Step 1 Create New Document Start by creating a new document (File>New>Document) or opening an existing one. Step 2 Place or Create Your Table If you have an Excel document, choose File>Place. Step 3 Build Two Paragraph Styles Let’s build two paragraph styles: one for our header row and one for our body rows. Step 4 Build Cell Styles Cell styles not only format the cell attributes but they also use paragraph styles to format the text. Step 5 Build the Table Style Step 6 Choose Alternating Fill Colors Step 7 Merge Cells for Header Row Step 8 Step 9 Step 10

Futuristic Web Logo Design tutorial using photoshop | Preview: First take a look at the preview of this Futuristic Web Logo Design. Step 1: Let’s start out by creating a new file. I used a 400×300 pixels canvas set at 72dpi, and I filled my background with white color. Now make a new layer set and name whatever you want. Create a new layer then draw a light gray circle with #CF4F4F4 color shade and 99 x 99 px dimensions. Step 2: Under Layer Style(Layer > Layer Style) add an Inner Shadow, Inner Glow, Satin and Gradient Overlay blending options to your light gray shape layer. Result: Step 3: Make a new layer set and name it ‘Futuristic Logo’ then place your gray shape circle layer inside this layer set. Step 4: Under Layer Style(Layer > Layer Style) add an Inner Shadow, Inner Glow, Gradient Overlay and Stroke blending options to your blue shade circle. Step 5: Under Layer Style(Layer > Layer Style) add an Inner Shadow and Stroke blending options to your small white circle layer. Step 6: Step 7: Step 8: Step 9: Results:

50 Most Impressive Photoshop Tutorials of 2011 Photoshop has the ability to read and write raster and vector image formats. Photoshop has ties with other Adobe software for media editing, animation, and authoring. Photoshop’s primary strength is as a pixel-based image editor, unlike vector-based image editors. There are thousands of thousands of Photoshop tutorials created by talented designers around the world every year. Create a Super Running Motion Scene It is difficult to present motion scenes in a picture because it is not like movie. Create a Fantastic Batman Symbol in Sky If you are batman fans, you will be interested in this tutorial. Design a Fabulous Science Fiction Movie Poster You may always find that most of the movie posters are very awesome. Design a Great Geometric Lighting Effect Whatever design needs to have nice lighting effect to apply with, then the object background can be specified and focused. Painting an Excellent Cartoon Pig Most of you may find very difficult to draft and paint a cartoon object.

How to Design a Unique and Unforgettable Logo [Infographic] When it comes to logo design, you ultimately want it to convey your brand in the best possible manner. At the same time you don’t want it to take up too much space. That is the greatest challenge – to be able to create a winning impact within the space constraints. 1. Never make the mistake of rushing into creating a logo design. 2. You would obviously want your logo design to catch the attention of the customer. 3. One of things you need to really focus on is to make sure your logo design is not too cluttered or too fancy. 4. There are so many companies who invest a fortune on their logo design only to realize later that their logo doesn’t work on a product wrapper! 5. One critical mistake people make is to cram in too much information in their logo design. 6. You might select a font that looks great on paper but when you use it in the logo it hampers readability. 7. Great logo design will always focus on using complementary colors that looks good against a black or white background.

Typography Basics Fundamentals for Body Copy Typography Basics – Some Fundamentals for Body Copy I tend to define typography very simply: “Designing the written page for better communication of a message.” But that simplicity can get ugly fast. Ask Google a question about typography and soon you’ll find yourself immersed in Classical proportions, the Golden Mean, Fibonacci sequences. Not to mention modular systems, double-strand scaling and an infestation of rabid zombies. I didn’t make any of that shit up. So, regardless of path the destination is the same: Make it look good without forsaking legibility. That’s the route we’ll take with this series on typography. For this first episode we’ll breathe some life into something boring and make it, well, probably just slightly less boring: body copy. How to tame and sexify body copy When doing projects largely based on type, designers often make the same mistake. The problem is that for any project with substantial body copy, the headlines receive relatively little air time. For next time…

How to Design a Space Futuristic Gallery Layout in Photoshop In this web design tutorial, you’ll find a way to create a 3D space/futuristic gallery layout with Photoshop. We cover several methods such as drawing with the Rectangular Marquee Tool and using the Perspective Transform Tool. Update Editor’s note (Jacob Gube): I’m sorry to announce that the second part of this tutorial won’t be published. This two-part tutorial series will show you how to create the layout in Photoshop, and then how to convert the design into a fully functional web template that uses standards-based HTML/CSS and jQuery in the second part. Download the source file Feel free to download the source file so that you can study it, though we encourage you to hold off on doing so until you complete the tutorial so that you can compare your work with the provided Photoshop file. (ZIP, 0.23MB) Final result Below, you’ll see a preview of the design we hope to achieve in the end. Let’s begin the tutorial, shall we? Setting up the Photoshop canvas